Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
new City Attorney to review the proposed sign ordinance. This will
also provide an opportunity to strengthen enforcement provisions,
facilitate additional public input and allow further analysis as to
whether to create a sign-trade program to allow sign reduction.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Mr. Rosenfeld has served as a board member of the Central City Association and the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. In his previous public service role as Deputy Director for Real Estate Development for the State of California and Assistant General Manager for Asset Management for the City of Los Angeles, Mr. Rosenfeld is credited with helping create approximately 72,000 new private sector jobs, which revitalized struggling urban areas.
A resident of Los Angeles, Mr. Rosenfeld earned a BS in structural engineering and a BA in architecture from Stanford University, a Masters in Architecture from Yale University, and a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard University School of Business.
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Private-Sector Pros Can Give Back by Going Public ( L.A. Downtown News)
Ridley-Thomas Hires Downtown Developer as Planning Deputy( L.A. Downtown News)
Ridley-Thomas Announces Selection of Dan Rosenfeld to Serve as Planning Deputy
This bill would allocate 20% of the sales tax revenue from the sale of art and art supplies to the California Arts Council. This allocation could generate over $20 million per year in support of the CAC.
Angelenos are in a unique position to speak out in favor of AB 700. California State Assemblymember Kevin De Leon (45th Assembly District), who represents East Hollywood, Echo Park, Silverlake, Atwater Village and surrounding environs (click for map), is the Assembly Appropriations Committee Chair and needs to hear from his constituents regarding the positive effects of AB 700 on the local and statewide creative economy.
Take two minutes today to send an email and fax to De Leon, Governor Schwarzenegger and the members of the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
Click here to send a letter through California Arts Advocates' Capwiz site: http://capwiz.com/artsusa/ca/issues/alert/?alertid=13039201&PROCESS=Take+Action